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HR Leaders
Be Human, Be Visionary, Be Brave: How Virgin Group are Putting People at the Heart of Business

HR Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2023 37:59


In this episode, we are joined by Nikki Humphrey, Chief People Officer at Virgin Group to discuss Be Human, Be Visionary, Be Brave: How Virgin Group are Putting People at the Heart of Business.Nikki Humphrey shares how Virgin is putting people at the heart of their business, embracing the future of work, and introducing values and flexible working approaches. Nikki also shares how their dyslexic thinking campaign transformed the narrative around dyslexia and how Virgin Voyages have disrupted the cruise industry's working standards.Thanks to Greenhouse for Supporting the show!Learn how to Hire for the right person in every role. Greenhouse gives you the tools to make better, fairer and more confident hiring decisions: https://bit.ly/42mINEe

Moments in Leadership
LtGen David Bellon and the 20th Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps, SgtMaj Carlos Ruiz – A Command Team Briefing to Alpha Company TBS Spring 2023

Moments in Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2023 60:26


‘The Enemy Doesn't Care About Your Status' - Upholding the Standard from the Front to Push Subordinates Forward.This episode is a unique and extremely rare look into what mentorship in the Marine Corps looks like and how Marines address each other and the issues facing the Marine Corps; head on. Lt Gen Bellon and SgtMaj Ruiz are the Command Element for both Marine Forces Reserve and Marine Forces Southern Command. Lt Gen Bellon is an active and violent supporter of engagement via social media and driving innovation in the Marine Corps. This episode, taped during a leadership mentor session to a company of graduating Lieutenants at The Basic School (TBS), is filled with great "Moments in Leadership" applicable both to the new Lieutenants in the audience and leaders of all stripes. Discussed is the ‘uncommon desire to serve' inherent within Marines, officers, and enlisted, being the bedrock of what makes the Marine Corps the organization it is today and serves as the great leveler within the Marine Corps. The newly announced 20th Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps discusses how standards, and the rigid adherence to those standards, serve as the bare minimum, and leaders need to drive to keep themselves and their subordinates to the utmost of those standards, to include something as innocuous as a formation for a subordinate. One of the most critical aspects of being a leader is the human component of it, namely the leader and their subordinates are both humans, with basic human wants and needs, like companionship. LtGen Bellon says one of the major initial pitfalls is currying favor with subordinates. Standards are how Marine officers fulfill their responsibility to those they lead. Dropping those standards is beneath those Marines a leader is charged with. Understanding and enforcing standards goes hand in hand with gaining the trust of those being led. The ability to do the hard tasks creates teams and organizations capable of being self-feeding and self-evolving organisms that can succeed despite losing people or changing missions. Creating an organization that can execute mission intent without being told is the ultimate goal of leaders, both officer and enlisted. Creating this trust in subordinates and leaders is gained through competence in both leader and leaders, which has the added benefit of granting high morale within a unit. One of the more unique aspects of this episode is the chance to hear the concerns of the newest generation of Marine Corps leaders and the thoughts of some of the most senior leaders on those issues. Topics discussed include Force Design 2030, Talent Management, mentorship and self-education, and Reserve timing/manning issues. Thank you for supporting the project (below)Please consider supporting this project on Supercast: https://mil.supercast.comWant to support the project AND look cool at the gym or when you take your blouse off for a working party? Grab a cool tee shirt here from Mission Essential Gear, where every order supports this project AND donates back to Patrol Base Abbate Relevant Resources & Other Mentioned Episodes:Moments In Leadership Supercast Support: Listen to Ep 15: LtGen Karsten S. Heckl, USMC - Addressing Force Design 2030, Death in Aviator/Combat Training, and Risk Assessment https://bit.ly/3ckkm5KListen to Ep 11: LtGen David G. Bellon – Commander MARFORRES, "I almost didn't accept my commission" https://bit.ly/3A45RwLListen to Ep 22: 1stSgt Shamus Flynn, USMC – From Motor T Mechanic to MARSOC – What Emerging Leaders Need to Know About Setting the Example, Admin, and Awards http://bit.ly/3Z2UjDjListen to Ep 21: The Hotwash – A Leadership Panel of Six Officers Discuss their Opinions of the Past Episodes http://bit.ly/3xzTkPnWhat is Moments in Leadership?Moments in Leadership is a podcast where you will hear firsthand about the careers of senior military leaders as they share their unique and individual experiences. Moments in Leadership will immerse you in real-life stories where you will learn about the challenging situations these accomplished leaders faced and discover the lessons they learned early in their careers that were the most influential in developing their overall leadership style. Conceptualized by a group of friends who served together as young officers in the early to mid-1990s sitting around a firepit telling funny leadership stories, Moments in Leadership is designed to provide some relatable context to the formal leadership training leaders of all ranks and services receive throughout their military careers through the power of storytelling.Why Should You Support this project? I realize all of the leaders who listen to the episodes are at different levels of life, and my goal is to be able to have this project remain free and available to anyone who wants it and your donations help go towards that. Your donations go towards offsetting my costs of producing high-quality episodes. Additionally, since this is a part-time hobby project for me, I'm forced to outsource a good deal of work to others to maintain a regular publishing schedule. Your donations help offset these costs as well. Check out my Supercast site and see if any level is a good fit for helping: https://bit.ly/3C8g7Ua Connect with Us:Visit our website: https://bit.ly/3SA2XHe Follow us on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3eO4kTi Follow us on Twitter: https://bit.ly/3L5Ogs0 Email us: themiloffice@gmail.comOther Podcasts Interviews with David B. ArmstrongScuttlebutt Podcast EP 38: https://apple.co/3py1WlyFormer Action Guys Podcast EP 161: https://apple.co/3d1GVN0Former Action Guys Podcast EP 141 https://apple.co/3Ppz4GUFormer Action Guys Podcast EP 60 https://apple.co/3Pi128cFormer Action Guys Podcast EP 54 https://apple.co/3Pi128cAbout the Host:David B. Armstrong, CFA, is President and Co-Founder of Monument Wealth Management, an independent wealth management firm he started in 2008 in Alexandria, Va. David received his BA from the University of South Carolina in Government & International Relations and his MBA at the University of South Carolina's Moore School of Business in International Finance. He was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant through the Navy ROTC program and served on Active Duty in the Marine Corps from 1990-1997 as an Artillery Officer and then received a secondary MOS as a Tank Officer. He re-entered the Selected Marine Corps Reserves in 2003 and served in several billets across the Artillery, Tank, and Light Armored Reconnaissance communities. He retired as a Lieutenant Colonel in late 2018.

HR Leaders
How Ocado Adapted to Change while Prioritising Workload and Wellness

HR Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2023 26:18


In this episode, we are joined by Arti Kashyap-Aynsley, Global Head of Wellbeing and Inclusion at Ocado Group.Arti discusses her role and the company's initiatives to enhance employee well-being and inclusion. She shares their focus on improving ESG-related discussions, managing workload in remote work, and leveraging demographic data for diversity and inclusion strategies. Thanks to Greenhouse for Supporting the show!Learn how to Hire for the right person in every role. Greenhouse gives you the tools to make better, fairer and more confident hiring decisions: https://bit.ly/42mINEe

HR Leaders
Is Remote Work a Huge Mistake?

HR Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2023 31:15


Join Chris Rainey and his co-host, Matt Burns, as they discuss the topic of remote work with their special guest, Sara Milesson, Vice President of HR for Trelleborg Group.They delve into the contrasting views on remote work, the challenges that come with managing remote teams, and the benefits of being intentional about productivity, feedback, and performance management. They also share examples of companies that have done remote work well and discuss the importance of shifting the way we view work culture to increase all aspects of productivity, flexibility, and employee satisfaction.Thanks to Greenhouse for Supporting the show!Learn how to Hire for the right person in every role. Greenhouse gives you the tools to make better, fairer and more confident hiring decisions: https://bit.ly/42mINEe

HR Leaders
How Siemens is Shaping the ‘New Possible' Through People Experience

HR Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2023 36:36


In this episode, we are joined by we are joined by Tobias Dennehy, Head of People Experience at Siemens.Tobias underscores the criticality of paying attention to employee feedback and utilizing data to spot problem areas. He advocates for a proactive, tailored approach to addressing these issues, rather than fixing non-problematic aspects, which he sees as key to enhancing employee experience. Tobias also emphasizes the role of 'action squads' that are in charge of addressing identified issues and closing the feedback loop with employees, informing them about how their input has been instrumental in fostering improvements.Thanks to Greenhouse for Supporting the show!Learn how to Hire for the right person in every role. Greenhouse gives you the tools to make better, fairer and more confident hiring decisions: https://bit.ly/42mINEe

Rise of RevOps
Avoiding Tech Stack Pitfalls with Joshua Maltz, Senior Vice President, Revenue Operations & Strategy at UserTesting

Rise of RevOps

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2023 41:09


This episode features an interview with Joshua Maltz, Senior Vice President, Revenue Operations & Strategy at UserTesting. UserTesting enables organizations to understand what it's like to be their customer with a video-first experience testing platform with a global opt-in network of contributors. Joshua is an accomplished leader with extensive experience in revenue operations, strategic planning, financial analysis, profit/productivity improvement, sales acceleration, and operating efficiency in companies ranging from private start-ups to Fortune 500 global corporations.In this episode, Joshua discusses the importance of building deep relationships with leadership teams, avoiding tech stack pitfalls, and that a better customer experience begins with a better employee experience.  Guest Bio:Accomplished leader with extensive experience in revenue operations, strategic planning, financial analysis, profit/productivity improvement, sales acceleration, and operating efficiency. Experienced as Head of Worldwide Sales/Revenue Operations, Go-to-Market Strategy, Financial Planning & Analysis for companies in the following industries: Application Software, Telecommunications, Networking & Communications, Professional Services, IT Outsourcing and Talent Management. Companies ranged from private start-ups to Fortune 500 global corporations. Expertise in planning and managing accelerated growth, leading companies out of financial challenges, quality process adoption, portfolio innovation (concept to market), and driving overall profitability. Living and working on different continents, developed skillsets that serve diverse cultures, corporate practices and customer priorities.—Guest Quote“I think a big misconception I see that's really emerged over the last few years is that automation and AI can solve all your problems. Taking the time to establish workflows that fit your business's needs, and being thoughtful in the way you feed your analytics tools with the right data sets and ask the right questions to understand risks and opportunities is critical. I worry sometimes with the breadth and the strength of the tech stock that's emerged, you know, it can make people lazy in some respect in taking a step back and asking the right questions for the business health.” - Joshua Maltz —Time Stamps:**(01:43) - Joshua's unconventional journey into revops **(05:03) - The revops team at Usertesting **(15:53) - RevObstacles**(18:38) - Biggest RevOops moment **(21:04) - The Toolshed **(35:59) - Quick Hits —Sponsor:Rise of RevOps is brought to you by Qualified. Qualified's Pipeline Cloud is the future of pipeline generation for revenue teams that use Salesforce. Learn more about the Pipeline Cloud on Qualified.com. —Links Connect with Joshua Maltz on LinkedInConnect with Ian Faison on LinkedinCheck out the Usertesting Website

HR Leaders
The Next Wave of Workplace Transformation: Working with AI

HR Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2023 39:18


In this episode we are joined by Guillermo Miranda, Former Global Chief Learning Officer, Senior Advisor, Member of the Science Advisory Board at BetterUp.We delve into the three types of AI, highlight the repercussions for companies resistant to AI, and shed light on future-proof skills in an AI-centric world. Guest speaker, Guillermo, champions the importance of adopting a growth mindset and inclusivity during the AI transition phase. Together, we navigate the trans formative waves of the AI revolution.Thanks to Greenhouse for Supporting the show!Learn how to Hire for the right person in every role. Greenhouse gives you the tools to make better, fairer and more confident hiring decisions: https://bit.ly/42mINEe

Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast
S45E23 - Throwback Thursday - Taking an Interdisciplinary Approach to Organizational Development and Change Management, with Murad Salman Mirza

Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2023 35:43


In this "Throwback Thursday" HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Murad Salman Mirza about the importance of taking an interdisciplinary approach to organizational development and change management. Murad Salman Mirza (https://www.linkedin.com/in/muradsalmanmirza/) is an innovative thinker and an astute practitioner with more than 20 years of multi-disciplinary experience in Organizational Development, Talent Management & Business Transformation in a rich array of roles (e.g., Board Member, Senior Executive, Corporate Manager, Consultant, Trainer, Auditor, Author, Speaker, Mentor, etc.). He ended the last decade as Globally Ranked #1 in HR and Culture, Top 5 in Leadership, Management and Change Management, Top 20 in Agility, Innovation and Future of Work, and Top 35 in Customer Experience, by the world's first open platform, based in the USA, for Thought Leaders (https://www.thinkers360.com/about/). Part of the LinkedIn Podcast Network #LinkedInPresents Further explore the topics discussed in this episode with the new HCIConsulting Chatbot: https://poe.com/HCIConsulting. Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon and leaving a review wherever you listen to your podcasts! Check out Manifest at at https://bit.ly/manifesthci. Check out CrowdHealth and start your free trial at joincrowdhealth.com and use promo code HCI. Check out the HCI Academy: Courses, Micro-Credentials, and Certificates to Upskill and Reskill for the Future of Work! Check out the LinkedIn Alchemizing Human Capital Newsletter. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Future Leader. Check out Dr. Westover's book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine. Each HCI Podcast episode (Program, ID No. 627454) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). Each HCI Podcast episode (Program ID: 24-DP529) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCPHR recertification through SHRM, as part of the knowledge and competency programs related to the SHRM Body of Applied Skills and Knowledge™ (the SHRM BASK™). Human Capital Innovations has been pre-approved by the ATD Certification Institute to offer educational programs that can be used towards initial eligibility and recertification of the Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) and Associate Professional in Talent Development (APTD) credentials. Each HCI Podcast episode qualifies for a maximum of 0.50 points. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

HR Leaders
Decoding Moderna: The Mindsets that Drive their Innovative Culture

HR Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2023 55:02


In this episode we are joined by Amanda Sorrento, VP & HR Business Partner for R&D at Moderna, and Noah Rabinowitz, VP of Moderna University.Thanks to Greenhouse for Supporting the show!Learn how to Hire for the right person in every role. Greenhouse gives you the tools to make better, fairer and more confident hiring decisions: https://bit.ly/42mINEe

Good Enough For Now
Challenging the Imposter Within You with Christine Alvarez and Eileen Springer

Good Enough For Now

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2023 40:41


In this episode of Good Enough For Now, Christine Alvarez and Eileen Springer share the transitions that happen in our career that stem out of imposter syndrome. There are so many instances where we see a fork in the road ahead in our careers and we want to be the one to decide which way to go. It requires some deep work and self-reflection to decide if we should go left or right.   This episode is a bit different because I had the pleasure of sitting down with Christine and Eileen in person, a first for this podcast. Watch the video for the episode below.   They share why imposter syndrome is not your fault, why remote work might not be best for your career, how to step back into the workforce if you've been away, and why self-awareness is the most powerful tool in your growth.   Listen in (or watch!) to hear more.   WHAT WE COVER IN THIS EPISODE:   What is imposter syndrome (really) and how it can impact you professionally. How to overcome imposter syndrome by recognizing and naming it, understanding the circumstances that trigger it, and challenging negative self-talk. Why working with a coach is an effective way to grow in your career and why your partner, friend, or colleague might not be the best person to get advice from. Why imposter syndrome, characterized by feelings of intellectual phoniness and self-sabotage, is more common among women, especially in situations where they are the minority. Christine and Eileen discuss the emotional filing cabinet concept, where our perception of ourselves, how we present ourselves, and how the world reflects back on us play a role in imposter syndrome. They also touch on workplace trends, the challenges and benefits of remote work, the importance of visibility and influence, and the value of self-reflection and nurturing your network.   RESOURCES:   Your Next Next™ “Why Everyone Feels Like They're Faking It” by Leslie Jamison Connect with Eileen on LinkedIn Connect with Christine on LinkedIn   ABOUT CHRISTINE ALVAREZ:   An Executive and Leadership Coach, Christine Alvarez brings over 25+ years of Corporate Marketing experience from a variety of industries including Publishing, Major Entertainment Companies and Advertising.  Christine works with executives and mid-level professionals to navigate career choices and challenges. She coaches women executives at Chief, and private clients in the media and tech industries. She is also a BetterUp Fellow Coach, and is a preferred coach for Columbia's Teachers College assisting alumni in developing their Careers and Co-founder of Your Next Next™, a team of executive coaches working with companies and professionals who are navigating the new world of work.  ABOUT EILEEN SPRINGER:   Eileen is the founder of Central Park Executive Coaching and the co-founder of Your Next Next. She coaches C-suite executives, mid-career professionals and early-in-career talent in corporations and nonprofits. Eileen is a Core Guide at Chief, a women's peer networking organization supporting development of C-suite executives and has recently launched women's coaching circles. Eileen brings over 30 years of experience leading HR and Talent Management teams in large global companies. She holds certifications in Executive Coaching from Columbia University and the International Coaching Federation and is certified in a multitude of talent assessments.

Well Rounded Leaders
FROM THE VAULT: Retired LT Colonel Oak McCulloch: Developing Our Next Generation of Leaders

Well Rounded Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2023 50:14


EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS:Leadership is Handed Down from Generation to GenerationToday's Generation GapLeadership Starts at HomeGood Leaders are Selfless ServantsThe Coaching PhilosophyInstill a Sense of PurposeWords are Powerful and Can Change a LifeLeaders vs ManagersTrust Starts with YouCommunication as a Trust BuilderTop 5 Cities Oak's Visited in the Worldwww.ltcoakmcculloch.comwww.linkedin.com/in/oakland-mcculloch-34293256/Tony's LinkedIn ProfileTony's Crestcom Leadership Profile

Dare to Learn
Thor Flosason | Cómo implementar una cultura de aprendizaje efectiva

Dare to Learn

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2023 47:56


Bienvenidos a un episodio más de este, su podcast.En esta ocasión me tocó platicar con Thor Flosason, quien es Head of Talent Management and Global Learning Operations en Pepsico.Antes de hablarles de la trayectoría de Thor, quiero compartirles la punta del iceberg de todo el aprendizaje que van a encontrar en este episodio:1.- El aprendizaje no siempre debe ser formal.El aprendizaje es algo que ocurre constantemente, en palabras del mismo Thor hay algunas cosas que no pueden aprenderse en cursos o clases, pero que sí se pueden aprender hablando o interactuando con gente, equivocándonos, o probando e intentando hacer cosas nuevas.Sí, seguir un curso específico con tareas, exámenes, calificaciones ayuda mucho facilitando cierto proceso de aprendizaje, pero no debemos limitarnos a ello. La cultura del aprendizaje debe ir más allá, aprendiendo todos los días, en todas partes.2.- Seamos pacientes y positivos con el impacto de la Inteligencia ArtificialDebemos ir un día a la vez, a muchas personas nos da miedo pensar en el enorme potencial de la inteligencia artificial, pero el miedo no debe detenernos, al contrario, debería emocionarnos por un futuro con herramientas de este calibre.Trabajar y experimentar con Inteligencia Artificial puede ser un parteaguas importante en el futuro del mundo del aprendizaje.Sabemos que seguramente estas herramientas van a transformar la industria, pero es la perspectiva del uso de ellas como herramientas que faciliten nuestro día a día lo que debería emocionarnos.Aprender no debe darnos miedo, debe emocionarnos. Como pueden ver Thor es todo un apasionado en temas tanto de tecnología y aprendizaje, pero para entender más acerca de su enfoque quisiera contarles más de él.Originario de Islandia, Thor es todo un superhéroe del aprendizaje, tiene una amplia experiencia en diseño instruccional y es todo un apasionado en tema de tecnología. Esta combinación de cualidades lo ha llevado a ser un líder destacado de Learning & Development que sabe combinar e interpretar perfectamente tanto temas de performance y desempeño como experiencia del usuario y aprendizaje.Ha construido y ejecutado estrategias de aprendizaje para diferentes áreas corporativas, incluyendo la cadena de suministro, servicios compartidos, ventas y recursos humanos. También posee una vasta experiencia en la implementación de plataformas tecnológicas de aprendizaje en diversas áreas y regiones.Posee una maestría en Psicología Industrial/Organizacional y un doctorado en Psicología con énfasis en Gestión del Comportamiento Organizacional de la Universidad de Michigan (Western Michigan University).En cuanto a su trayectoria profesional, Thor pasó muchos años en Kellogs, donde pasó de ser Senior Manager en tema de ventas, a ir escalando abriéndose paso por posiciones como Director of Global Learning, Senior Director of Global Learning & Development (siendo esta última la más alta en Kelloggs relacionada con L&D) hasta que decidió cambiar de aires y moverse a Pepsico en su actual posición, siendo el Head de toda la estrategia de talento y aprendizaje a nivel global.Y vaya, sin más los dejo con este gran episodio, de nuevo agradezco mucho a Thor por aceptar esta entrevista y ayudarme con eso a crear este episodio, uno donde estoy seguro van a sacar más de un insight que los hará reflexionar y aumentar sus conocimientos en cuanto a L&D.Conoce más de mí y de los servicios que ofrezco en mi página web: https://diegolainez.com.mx/Recuerden que pueden encontrar el podcast en todas las plataformas de streaming, y nunca dejen de aprender porque esto es Dare to Learn!

The Chad & Cheese Podcast
Talent Acquisition's Elephants w/ Manjuri Sinha

The Chad & Cheese Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2023 37:03


This episode is a masterclass in understanding Talent Acquisition and Talent Management business strategy through the eyes of Manjuri Sinha, Global Director of Talent Acquisition at OLX, and Quincy "Queen of Chatbots" Valencia, VP and Research Director over HCM Tech at Ventana Research.  In this episode:  2021's Unethical Scaling and the impact No track of productivity metrics for Expensive Staff  Always buying and not upskilling  Attrition versus Upskilling and more!  Get ready to take notes.

The First Gen Coach
45. See Yourself in Tech with Latinas in Tech Canada Co-Founder Pegleess Barrios

The First Gen Coach

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2023 53:30


Today's guest is Pegleess Barrios, a first gen Latina in Tech based in Ottawa. Pegleess has done some very cool things in her career! She founded the Latine Employee Resource Group (ERG) at Shopify while being in a junior role within the company, she is the co-founder of Latinas in Tech Canada chapter, and she built meaningful relationships that led to advancing in her career. But it wasn't an easy path. We talked about crying in the bathroom, dealing with being rejected from 13 internal jobs, and how she found strength to keep going.  We also talked about Pegleess' involvement with Latinas in Tech Canada and the importance of community. Lastly, we talked about how first gens with no tech experience can transition to the tech industry, and whether it's even still a good time to make this transition, given all the layoffs of the past year.  PLUS: Pegleess shared a really cool way to evaluate a company before we apply to see if it's worth the risk.  About today's guest: Pegleess is a Program Manager on Pinterest's Inclusion & Diversity team, and a first-gen Latina in tech! She has dedicated her career to helping people build careers they love, and has explored this as a recruiter, facilitator, Talent Management partner, and community leader. Pegleess is a connector at heart and thrives helping people connect to opportunities, and each other. Her personal mission is to ensure Latine people are not only represented in Tech, but included, valued, and thriving. Ask her about: working in HR, Pinterest, or her radio show - Radio Latinx! Connect with Pegleess on LinkedIn (remember to send a personalized message!) Resources and Links Download your FREE Resume Guide and Template  Follow @CarlaTheFirstGenCoach on Instagram Learn more: https://thefirstgencoach.com/welcome Ready to job hop your way to a career in tech? Book a free discovery call to learn more about career coaching and whether this is the right move for you! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thefirstgencoach/support

Deliberate Leaders Podcast with Allison Dunn
Unlocking the Potential of Neurodiversity at Work at Ed Thompson

Deliberate Leaders Podcast with Allison Dunn

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2023 22:21


Ed Thompson is the founder and CEO of Uptimize, the leader in corporate neurodiversity training. He's an expert in how organizations can embrace the talents of employees with autism, AHDH, dyslexia, and other forms of neurodivergence to improve their cultures and bottom lines.Ed's new book, A Hidden Force, makes a timely, apt, and critical contribution to today's business world. Written for business leaders, talent management professionals, and neurodivergent employees, the book shows why and how creating a work environment that welcomes the full spectrum of talent benefits everyone.During the interview, we discuss…neuroinclusivity movement's growth and impactdata insights on neurodiversity prevalenceembracing diverse ways of thinkingleveraging neurodiverse teams for innovationdefining neurodiversity and its significancereasons for overlooking neurodiversityintegrating neurodiversity in diversity initiativesConnect after the interview…LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ed-thompson-84b1182Website: ahiddenforce.comAfter the interview, check out Ed's new book, A Hidden Force: Unlocking the Potential of Neurodiversity at Work https://www.amazon.com/Hidden-Force-Unlocking-Potential-Neurodiversity/dp/1639080589Claim your free gift!We're giving away a one-year membership to the world's #1 business book summary service for leaders! Our gift will help you stay on top of the latest ideas, decide which books to read next, and engage your teams.To get your gift:Leave a rating or review on your favorite listening channel.Take a screenshot of your review.Share the screenshot on LinkedIn, and mention either “Allison Dunn” or “Deliberate Directions” and the “Deliberate Leaders Podcast”.=============Allison DunnExecutive Business CoachDeliberate Directions + Executive Business Coaching + Training Center3003 W Main Street, Suite 110, Boise ID 83702(208) 350-6551Website https://www.deliberatedirections.comLinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/allisondunnPodcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/deliberate-leaders-podcast-with-allison-dunn/id1500464675

UP TO THE MIC
Keeping It Real: Jared McManus' Approach to Authenticity in Country Music Management

UP TO THE MIC

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2023 77:20


My next guest is the Director of Talent Management for Back Porch Management. He's based out of Austin, TX and spends the majority of his time traveling the country representing country music artists at their sold out shows. He's a former student of Texas A&M University and developed his foundational network in the music industry through his Aggieland Texas Country roots. Please welcome my next guest - Jared McManus.

HR Leaders
How to Lead Effectively Across Borders And Cultures.

HR Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2023 46:42


In this episode we are joined by Daniel Illes, VP of People at Vinted to discuss How to Lead Effectively Across Borders And Cultures.Thanks for BetterUp for supporting the show!Learn how to cultivate more future-minded leadership across your entire organization in the full Winter Insights Report from BetterUp Labs.https://bit.ly/3LrYCms

Tennessee on Supply Chain Management
Episode 21: Cultivating Supply Chain Talent with Schneider Electric

Tennessee on Supply Chain Management

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2023 39:19


Recorded live at the 2023 Spring Supply Chain Forum, our May episode has co-hosts Ted Stank and Tom Goldsby speaking with leaders from Schneider Electric, a global specialist in energy management and automation with operations in more than 100 countries and premium SCF partner .Guests featured in this episode:Kelly Britt, Global Supply Chain North America Talent ManagerLisa Waters, VP HR Global Supply Chain North AmericaSamia Kaci, VP Logistics Global Supply Chain North AmericaListen as Ted and Tom discuss the latest news and trends in global supply chain management. They then  speak with Kelly, Lisa, and Samia about talent management and development, including how to make employees feel a part of the team, buying into the company's larger mission, flexible working environments, managing diverse workforces, and providing tools and resources to help employees succeed.Related links:Where the trucking and rail recession shows up in logistics dataWith inflation rising, retailers need to prepare for excess inventoryOffice occupancy declines according to recent Collier's reportLabor shortage and retention among top supply chain concernsSchneider Electric ranked second in Gartner Supply Chain Top 25 for 2022

Parents At Work
53: Dads in Professional Development

Parents At Work

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2023 46:28


Lori Mihalich-Levin and Jason Levin are so excited to introduce a new set of interviews with moms and dads in professional development. Lori and Jason are thrilled to welcome Joshua Troy and Neil Dennis to today's podcast! Neil and Josh are both amazing dads in professional development.Josh Troy is the Director of Talent Management at Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP, where he engages with attorneys and staff to ensure their professional and personal success. Josh is a proud parent of two daughters, one almost six years old and the other four, who were excited to learn their dad was being interviewed! Neil Dennis is the Director of Professional Development at Blaney McMurtry LLP, a mid-sized full-service law firm in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He is responsible for the recruitment, professional development, and training of legal professionals at the firm. Before joining the firm, Neil led career development at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law and held similar positions in Washington DC, including as the Assistant Dean of Career Services at the Howard University School of Law and a Director of Career Services at Georgetown Law Center. He lives in Markham, a suburb near Toronto. He is married to Kia, who has a much cooler job than him as an author of thriller mystery novels. They have two kids, Bryson, age 13, and Miles, age 10 (almost 11). Stay tuned to hear what Neil and Josh have to share about their lives as dads working in the world of professional development!Show highlights:The challenges Josh faced when his oldest daughter was born. (5:15)How Neil got into the field of professional development, and what it means to him. (8:33)How Neil draws inspiration from his kids and being a dad in his career. (11:05)Josh describes his path into professional development and explains what it's like to be a parent in that field. (13:02)The workplace support Josh found especially helpful when he became a working parent. (18:09) Josh discusses his experience of being in Covid lock-down with his young children. (19:49)Josh shares some tips about backup care from his experience. (21:37)Having conversations about figuring out the best way to space out your leave after having a child. (27:50)What Neil learned from his very first job. (30:49)The skills Josh and Neil gained from being parents that are helpful to them in their professional development roles. (34:56) (37:53)A workplace change that affected working parents. (41:44) Changes in the field of professional development that could affect working parents. (43:58)Neil and Josh each share their advice for working parents. (47:15) (48:53)Links and resources:Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP Joshua Troy on LinkedInBlaney McMurtry LLPNeil Dennis on LinkedInMindful Return blog post: What Is Backup Childcare and How Does It Work? An Interview with 3 Working MamasIf you are the leader of a working parent or caregiver employee resource group (ERG) or affinity group at your organization, please join us in the Working Parent Group Network (WPGN) learning ,ollaborative. Go to www.mindfulreturn.com/wpgn to sign...

HR Leaders
The 6 Key Skills Every People Analytics Leader Needs

HR Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2023 34:17


In this episode we are joined by Arun Chidambaram, People Analytics Leader at GE Healthcare to discuss The 6 Key Skills Every People Analytics Leader Needs.Thanks for BetterUp for supporting the show!Learn how to cultivate more future-minded leadership across your entire organization in the full Winter Insights Report from BetterUp Labs. https://grow.betterup.com/resources/f...

Living the Dream
Employees are Humans too with Tiana Sanchez

Living the Dream

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2023 42:36


Check it out on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/33Z4VsE Check it out on Apple: https://apple.co/3AHc2DT How to Meet Anybody with Steve Buzogany Episode: https://apple.co/3zuud1y Tiana Sanchez is CEO and Founder of TSI LLC (Tiana Sanchez International) leadership and development company, a Number 1 bestselling author, executive coach, corporate trainer, keynote speaker, and host of Like a REAL Boss podcast. Tiana got her career start at 16 with the 90% female-led national franchise organization Hot Dog on a Stick, became a manager at 17, was promoted to Regional Manager, and welcomed the company as her first consulting client. Tiana's public and private sector corporate training and development client list includes Sony Pictures, BMW, Mercedes Benz, and California State University Long Beach. She is the author of two books: “Undefeatable” and “F'D Up – The UPside of Failure”. TSI's 4 primary services include Executive Coaching, Talent Management, Workplace Surveys and Keynote Speaking in engaging, high-energy keynote presentations at Leadership Conferences, Women's Conferences, Higher Education Events, and Company Retreats. As a Women of Distinction Awardee, she has completed certificate programs with American Management Association and Ken Blanchard Companies, and her work has been featured on KTLA, Voyage LA, Black Hollywood Live, WITI (Women In Technology International), Speakers Magazine and many podcasts. https://tianasanchez.com/ Dreams: Legacy for her life that is fulfilled, meaningful, and serves others Have some wealth to leave to her children. 8 years of focused business then off to speaking and writing books. Stewarded her funds in a way that allows her to be financially free to do what she wants to do and help her children live their life. Introduce Them to: Guy Raz - Asks really great questions on his podcast. Favorite Book, Movie, or Podcast: Favorite Podcast is How I built this with Guy Raz Contact them at: Https://tianasanchez.com LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/tianasanchez/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TianaSanchezFanPage/ Twitter @LikeARealBoss https://twitter.com/likearealboss Instagram @LikeARealBoss https://www.instagram.com/likearealbosslady --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/timothy-douglas0/support

Living the Dream
Employees are Humans too with Tiana Sanchez

Living the Dream

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2023 42:36


Check it out on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/33Z4VsE Check it out on Apple: https://apple.co/3AHc2DT How to Meet Anybody with Steve Buzogany Episode: https://apple.co/3zuud1y Tiana Sanchez is CEO and Founder of TSI LLC (Tiana Sanchez International) leadership and development company, a Number 1 bestselling author, executive coach, corporate trainer, keynote speaker, and host of Like a REAL Boss podcast. Tiana got her career start at 16 with the 90% female-led national franchise organization Hot Dog on a Stick, became a manager at 17, was promoted to Regional Manager, and welcomed the company as her first consulting client. Tiana's public and private sector corporate training and development client list includes Sony Pictures, BMW, Mercedes Benz, and California State University Long Beach. She is the author of two books: “Undefeatable” and “F'D Up – The UPside of Failure”. TSI's 4 primary services include Executive Coaching, Talent Management, Workplace Surveys and Keynote Speaking in engaging, high-energy keynote presentations at Leadership Conferences, Women's Conferences, Higher Education Events, and Company Retreats. As a Women of Distinction Awardee, she has completed certificate programs with American Management Association and Ken Blanchard Companies, and her work has been featured on KTLA, Voyage LA, Black Hollywood Live, WITI (Women In Technology International), Speakers Magazine and many podcasts. https://tianasanchez.com/ Dreams: Legacy for her life that is fulfilled, meaningful, and serves others Have some wealth to leave to her children. 8 years of focused business then off to speaking and writing books. Stewarded her funds in a way that allows her to be financially free to do what she wants to do and help her children live their life. Introduce Them to: Guy Raz - Asks really great questions on his podcast. Favorite Book, Movie, or Podcast: Favorite Podcast is How I built this with Guy Raz Contact them at: Https://tianasanchez.com LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/tianasanchez/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TianaSanchezFanPage/ Twitter @LikeARealBoss https://twitter.com/likearealboss Instagram @LikeARealBoss https://www.instagram.com/likearealbosslady --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/timothy-douglas0/support

HR Leaders
5 Steps to Data-Driven DEI

HR Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2023 48:39


In this episode we are joined by Randal Pinkett, entrepreneur, speaker, author, Chairman and CEO at BCT Partners to discuss 5 Steps to Data-Driven DEIThanks for BetterUp for supporting the show!Learn how to cultivate more future-minded leadership across your entire organization in the full Winter Insights Report from BetterUp Labs. https://grow.betterup.com/resources/f...

MAKE IT
338 - Kim "Cookie" McCray, Talent Agent - Being a Workaholic Can Lead to Big Regret

MAKE IT

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2023 7:25


Hello, Hello!    In this edition of Mistakes In The Making, we learn from Talent Agent extraordinaire Kim “Cookie” McCray. She expounds upon:   Feeling the need to work twice as hard as her male counterparts  Realizing she needs work-life balance  Not believing in mistakes or regret — but understanding the feeling  How America's culture creates and rewards workaholics    Enjoy!     The MAKE IT podcast is brought to you by the Voice of the Filmmaker program, which is sponsored by Women in Film and Television, Nashville (a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization).   If you like what we're doing, please donate here: https://www.bonsai.film/donate.   How you can continue to enjoy MAKE IT content:   Subscribe to the MAKE IT YouTube channel. Subscribe to the MAKE IT Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts. Subscribe to our newsletter at https://www.bonsai.film/subscribe.   The MAKE IT podcast amplifies the voice of the filmmaker by exploring the filmmaking journeys of actors, writers, directors, producers, and a host of other creatives from across the film industry. We provide a platform for filmmakers to provide advice, lessons learned, personal reflections, and insights through our Filmmaker Conversations, Mistakes in the Making, Industry Insights, Indie Talks, and Film Investment Series. We are the go-to film podcast for independent creatives!

The Journey of Pursuit - Stories and Strategies to Empower Creative Millennial Entrepreneurs

From a cold pitch to be on the show, to having a great conversation about creativity and how it exists everywhere we go. Johanna B. Voss is a talent manager, trusted by social media influencers who want clarity on how to build their brands, grow their businesses, earn their worth and plan strategically for the future. On behalf of her clients, she's closed over $4M dollars of brand deals, partnerships and speaking engagements. Her clients have partnered with brands such as Kroger, Walmart, AARP, Little Northern Bakehouse, H&R Block and ALDI. Negotiation is something she thoroughly enjoys be it for her clients, friends or with strangers. Entering her 13th year of working for herself, she understands all about the necessary pivots entrepreneurs take along their journey. Patreon Sign up to be a part of my "Daily Quotes" Follow Johanna: Instagram | Website Instagram:  @drealopz / @thejourneyofpursuit Work With Me: hello@drealopez.com  Show Notes / Take Aways: www.drealopez.com/journal/ep75 Website: www.drealopez.com Stay Updated

HR Leaders
Navigating the Transition: HR Leaders' Journey from Large Corporations to Mid-Sized Scale-ups

HR Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2023 38:01


In this episode we are joined by Aaisha Knights, Chief People Officer at LMAX Group to discuss Navigating the Transition: HR Leaders' Journey from Large Corporations to Mid-Sized Scale-ups.Thanks for BetterUp for supporting the show!Learn how to cultivate more future-minded leadership across your entire organization in the full Winter Insights Report from BetterUp Labs. https://bit.ly/3LrYCms

The Jedburgh Podcast
#098: The United States Marine Corps - Sergeant Major Of The Marine Corps Troy Black

The Jedburgh Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2023 63:38


For 247 years the United States Marine Corps has fought and won America's wars. The Marines carry a history, a tradition and a brand focused on winning…no matter the challenge. Sergeant Major Troy Black, the 19th Sergeant Major Of The Marine Corps joins Fran Racioppi from the Marine Corps Recruiting Depot San Diego Museum for a Jedburgh Podcast exclusive look at what it means to be a Marine past, present and future. They cover Sergeant Major Black's 35-year career leading Marines, Talent Management 2030, Force Design 2030, the lessons of the Global War on Terror, and the Marines' most important mission; returning high-caliber Veterans to America's civilian workforce. Whether you were a Marine, want to become a Marine, or never considered the Marines, you will be ready to join after this conversation!Learn more about SMMC Troy Black at marines.mil and on social media at @19thsmmc.Read the full episode transcription here and learn more on The Jedburgh Podcast Website. Subscribe to us and follow @jedburghpodcast on all social media. Watch the full video version on YouTube.Highlights:0:00 Welcome to Marine Corps Recruiting Depot San Diego Museum2:30 Joining the Marine Corps after Vietnam4:17 The mission of the United States Marine Corps6:55 Talent Management 203014:35 The relationship between noncommissioned officers and commissioned officers21:12 Integration of females into the Marine Corps23:52 The lessons of The Global War on Terror27:27 Force Design 203032:53 Protecting the mental health of our Marines41:18 Returning Veterans to the civilian workforce45:20 The next generation of Marine52:54 Are you ready to be a United States Marine?55:49 SMMC Black's Foundations to SuccessQuotes: “Send the Marine Corps. We come with our own logistics, our own aviation, our own artillery, our own ground forces and components to do things now.” (5:17)“You have to have a competent force that when it has to be called upon, can win…period.” (9:14)“The private that graduated today is not taught to follow. They're taught to lead.” (11:37)“Don't ever deny me an opportunity. You don't get to determine if I can do it or not.” (23:17)“There are only three organizations in any weapons engagement zone in the littorals; it's Marines, it's submarines, and it's SOF.” (32:04)“Mental fitness. Social fitness. Behavioral fitness. Spiritual fitness…You can't have one without the other.” (35:58)“We have to focus more on how to tell people how to be in a team right now.” (49:29)“We're looking for something. It's someone who wants to win…only.” (54:21)SMMC Troy Black's Three Daily Foundations to Success:Eat to keep the body fitWorkout to stay strong and create time to thinkRead to learn from the past, think and growThis episode is brought to you by Jersey Mike's & Compass Workforce Solutions

HR Leaders
AGILE@SCALE: Kraft Heinz's Transformation to a Digitally-Powered Enterprise

HR Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2023 30:30


In this episode we are joined by Tope Sadiku, Head of Strategic Planning - Strategy, Transformation, Agile and Digital Revolution at The Kraft Heinz Company to discuss How AGILE@SCALE: Kraft Heinz's Transformation to a Digitally-Powered EnterpriseThanks for BetterUp for supporting the show!Learn how to cultivate more future-minded leadership across your entire organization in the full Winter Insights Report from BetterUp Labs. https://bit.ly/3LrYCms

The Talent Blueprint
How Can Lateral Agility Improve Leadership? With Kevin Stapp from Conde Nast

The Talent Blueprint

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2023 26:56


This episode features an interview with Kevin Stapp, SVP and  Global Head of Talent Management at Conde Nast, and your host, Sultan Saidov, Co-Founder and President at Beamery. Kevin is a Human Resources executive with global experience in leading people strategies and delivering results in diverse environments. A passionate and energetic team player with the proven ability to deliver bespoke people solutions to suit specific business needs.Kevin discusses how Conde Nast uses their inclusion index, how “lateral agility” is improving leadership, and how they have helped navigate their employees through significant change within a now globally integrated organization. About Conde Nast:Condé Nast is a global media company, home to iconic brands including Vogue, The New Yorker, GQ, Glamour, AD, Vanity Fair and Wired, among many others. The company's award-winning content reaches 88 million consumers in print, 419 million in digital and 432 million across social platforms, and generates more than 1 billion video views each month. The company is headquartered in New York and London, and operates in 32 markets worldwide including China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico and Latin America, Russia, Spain and Taiwan. Launched in 2011, Condé Nast Entertainment is an award-winning production and distribution studio that creates programming across film, television, social and digital video and virtual reality. Key Takeaways:Measuring DE&I with the “inclusion index” What Conde Nast is doing to promote inclusive leadershipOrganizational transformation vs talent managementThe importance of lateral agility Quote:“One of the big focus areas is what we're calling “lateral agility”. Because what we found is we've certainly moved the needle in terms of the improvement of leadership and management in terms of what would be called vertical leadership in terms of the leadership of their teams and really focusing on elements such as the quality of feedback and career development and how they're supporting their teams.And we've seen major improvement in that regard. But the area where we see the opportunity is that the most successful leaders are spending just as much time collaborating in a highly effective manner with their cross-functional peers.” - Kevin StapSponsorThe Talent Blueprint is brought to you by Beamery. Beamery's Talent Lifecycle Management Platform makes it possible for companies to deliver more human talent experiences and unlock the skills and potential of their global workforce using industry-leading AI. Learn more at beamery.com.LinksConnect with Kevin on LinkedInConnect with Sultan on LinkedIn

MAKE IT
337 - Vanzil Burke, CEO And Founder Of Burke Management - How He Made His Hit Film ‘Karen' During COVID, When To Pursue Talent Management, His Number One Rule For Investors In His Films

MAKE IT

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2023 105:31


Hello, Hello!    In this episode, we have a conversation with Vanzil Burke, CEO and Founder of Burke Management.  We talk about:   His movies and shows: Karen, Cocaine Sisters, and Heaux Phase Why he quit his Tech job to pursue a career in film When to look for a talent manager and why a hands-on manager is best His number one rule about investors in his films    And much more… Enjoy!     The MAKE IT podcast is brought to you by the Voice of the Filmmaker program, which is sponsored by Women in Film and Television, Nashville (a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization).   If you like what we're doing, please donate here: https://www.bonsai.film/donate.   How you can continue to enjoy MAKE IT content:   Subscribe to the MAKE IT YouTube channel. Subscribe to the MAKE IT Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts. Subscribe to our newsletter at https://www.bonsai.film/subscribe.   The MAKE IT podcast amplifies the voice of the filmmaker by exploring the filmmaking journeys of actors, writers, directors, producers, and a host of other creatives from across the film industry. We provide a platform for filmmakers to provide advice, lessons learned, personal reflections, and insights through our Filmmaker Conversations, Mistakes in the Making, Industry Insights, Indie Talks, and Film Investment Series. We are the go-to film podcast for independent creatives!